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off. >> did the government fail? >> martin smith: a number of people told us that you didn't make this a top priority. >> well, i'm sorry if they think that, because i made it an incredibly top priority. >> so you're telling me that not one executive on wall street committed provable fraud? i mean, i just don't believe that. >> tonight ofrontline, "the untouchables." >> frontlinis made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major support for frontline is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant and peaceful world. more information is available at macfound.org. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. and by the frontline journalism fund, supporting investigative reporting and enterprise journalism. >> although this downturn started in the housing sector and in the financial sector, you're seeing a lot of things being hit. >> today's numbers suggest job losses ar
in mortgage-backed securities. >> smith: was there a sense that there were going to be prosecutions of alleged fraud related to the mortgage crisis? >> i think there was that expectation. i think people had seen the financial crisis. there was obviously a lot of conduct that had gone on that was improper. and i think people were expecting to see some substantial prosecutions. >> the men and women who duped would-be homeowners, who defrauded the american investor, need to be identified, prosecuted, convicted and thrown in jail. >> narrator: in washington, there was broad support for prosecuting wall street. >> i was really upset about what went on on wall street that brought about the financial crisis. not only destroyed the finance... almost destroyed the financial system of the united states, almost destroyed the financial system of the world. that doesn't happen if there isn't something bad going on. >> narrator: but today, more than four years since the financial crisis of 2008, there have been no arrests of any senior wall street executives. chief of the criminal division at justice, lanny
approaches super bowl week. >> we have to bring this thing home. >> justin smith was street to the point. the up coming super bowl. >> we feel the pressure to get it done. the 49ers took to the practice field and as for the harbaugh bowl? they are aware. >> everybody is making a big deal out of it. we were saying that he was planning to ravens. >> they are playing better team in new orleans. when is the first thing becomes your mind witwhen someone says the new orleans. >> the food! >> you can bet that they're also going to remember. >> they are consistently very good. >> the spells get an extra week to prepare for the super bowl. >> we can rest up and get some extra time off. >> as for what his next they will go to new orleans on the sunday. they will have a week of prop for the super bowl. in the santa clara, kron 4 news. the will of a week of-preparations. justin smith straight to the point when it comes to his team in the upcoming super bowl. for the first time since over the atlanta falcons the niners took to the practice field on wednesday. as to you can bet 49ers fans will colin k
smith was fired after nine caesarsloveyslevy smithlovey smith was fired after nine seasons. four offensive coordinators and he paid the price after nine seasons. i wish we could have made more plays i wish there was more we could have done offensive late. >> phil emery will talk to the media tomorrow coming up later in sports we will look at the possible candidates to replace loveys smith as head coach. the news shocked some bears fans and others cited as the other shoe dropping. >> relationelation. or a bit of shock. loveys mets demise has been the top of the town today after nine years with the bears he gave in his walking papers today why it happened is not a question many fans are asking. >> he did nothing to improve the line. the running game was a big disappointment this year, someone has to go. >> these years have been rough so i think it's time for a change. as the ax falls on lovey for a disappointing string of years fans say he cannot solely bear the burden of bad games. you have forte but you need some people around. i don't think lovey smith was the kind of the t
will be back later in sports. alex smith's uncertain future. thases -- that's later on assuming we are not swept away. >> you have an uncertain future there. >> between hanging on to the hoops and blowing away. >> i would give a week's pay to see him hanging on the hoops. larry is not the only one tweeting live updates from new orleans. there are great behind the scenes updates and we are retweeting the highlights. >> as the excitement builds are to super bowl xlvii here in the bay area some are looking ahead to the next super bowl with the hopes it will be played right here. lisa amin gulezian joins us from the site of the new 49er stadium. lisa? >> carolyn, here in santa clara, the talk is already about super bowl 50. tonight the city leaders met to discuss what it would take to get the super bowl here in 2016. tonight the city council met in a closed door session to discuss the super bowl plan. the proposal is due in may, and in it santa clara has to prove it can handle a massive event like the super bowl. some members of the council supports the team in new orleans. >> we are e
to introduce to you as he escorts ms. annette young smith to the stage. this lady, ladies and gentlemen, is a lifetime achievement award winner. please, please welcome her to the stage. (applause) >> i can't think of a more deserving woman. thank you. come on in. jeffery, i love you. >> i love you, too. >> hello, neighbors. good evening. you know, first i have to say that i "heart" the portola, i really do. [laughter] >> this is an amazing win frankly for the whole southeast sector, from progress park down, and it's a wonderful night. great to be here with all of you. my name is jeffery betcher. i am the executive director of the organization that emerged 10 years ago from annette young smith and carl page's work on the block where i live. annette lived across the street from me and started planting flowers here or there around the block. and that changed everything mysteriously. and we figured out over time what it was that really created the change, and it wasn't the garden. it wasn't the plants. it was that annette was unafraid to cross the street and give a hug to someone she didn't
back, dr. houston smith. >> we're talking about dr. houston smith. you have taken us from your birth in rural china and we've got you up to about age 17 or 18 in rural missouri. i went to high school at the couldn't influence of the illinois and mississippi river. >> very humid. >> it maybe bright lights but it's not the brightest in the country. talk to us then about your personal journey from returning. >> well, i was saying that i come thinking i would be going back as a missionary but when the west swept me up, i knew i wouldn't go back, so i just moved next door rather than being a missionary, i would be a minister and that held in place for the first two years of college, but in my jr. year, something totally unexpected happened, namely ideas jumped to live in my mind and it was so exciting and i knew that that's where i wanted to pour my life and my energy into ideas actually ideas connecting with my background and religion, but then i realized that the ministry was all great honor to ministers, nevertheless the demands of an organization and promotional thing would leave too
-old exterminator jason smith common tested to the killing after being called to her home to deal with a rodent problem. he killed her after trying to boss him around and maid fun of him. >> got into an argument. >> reporter: police believe smith struck and killed her handset her afire but only taking measured steps to make sure she wouldn't get away. >> during the course of it he tied her arms and feet. >> reporter: the owner of a nearby shop spotted him coming home after running errands, just steps behind her alleged murderer. >> we see the same guy walking past, looks more disheveled. >> reporter: smith is charged with murder, arson, abus of a corpse -- abuse of a course. friends said he was a problem child growing up and liked to set things on fire. >> people like mr. smith feel so inadequate and so insecure that any event will set them off. >> reporter: while smith may have thought he was covering up the crime by setting the fire, police say it's possible he left some evidence behind, his hooded sweatshirt. reporting for abc2 news, new york. >>> now to a suburbing -- disturbing new trend w
' defensive player aldon smith talked about his play and the focus. >> we came here to win a game. we came here -- you know, it's the super bowl. we're all excited. we came here to win the game. we all have that same spot in mind. >> there have been rumors that alex smith will ask for his release after the season. smith was quick to refocus attention on the game. >> no, no. i'm focused on this game, helping this team win a championship. >> colin kaepernick presented a united front when speaking about alex smith. >> alex has been great. he's done everything he can to help me and help this team. to have a veteran quarterback like that on your side it's always great. >> and then there's the age factor. randy moss was not so delicately reminded that he is one of the older players. [laughter] >> that's cap being can young, man. a lot of people have seen kaepernick grow before their eyes. >> that was espn's chris berman who asked that not so tactful question. you get the feeling they just want to get on with it. the game is this sunday. the players were polite. but i'm sure they have this focus
by -- there are some groups here tonight. first card eric smith when i believe just spoke out of turn but i'm not sure. was that mr. smith? okay. i don't believe there is another eric -- >> [inaudible] >> reverend smith. okay. eric smith doesn't seem to be getting to the podium. all right. (calling speakers). you will each have two minutes to speak. >> steve seldz swrer. we on a little out burst today about what is going on at martin luther king school and this board has covered up criminal activity from the staff of the school. he makes a joke about psychological testing and pearson to evaluate the students here in san francisco. pearson is under investigation for corruption in new york state and will be investigateed in california for corruption because you're spending more time on testing than taking care of the students particularly here at martin luther king. additionally this superintendent and the board is aware of the ongoing situation at martin luther king and the superintendent said there was no cover up and slander going on but the whistle blower said the principal laid on a studen
>>> welcome to fox 5's sports xtra. >> i'm scott smith. welcome to sports xtra. it is a mark rabble stat. in the bill belichick -- a remarkable stat. in the bill belichick tom brady era, the patriots have never not been leading by the half. wouldn't you know, the ravens were aware of the stats and, in fact, had contributed to them and in last year's afc championship game trailing at the half the ravens lost to the patriots in foxboro, but tonight the ravens said enough is enough. john harbaugh's gang with a chance to get even, they came into this one as 10-point underdogs. to the patriots in the 2nd quarter ray rice bouncing it outside, baltimore finding the end zone first and take the lead 7-3, but bill belichick is one of those best playoff home records of all time. you knew they'd have an answer and certainly they do. tom brady caps a 79-yard drive connecting with wes welker. rob gronkowski out of the game celebrating from the seats, pats with a six-point lead at the half, but 2nd half joe flacco to dennis pit that, ravens take the lead again 14 -- pitta, ravens retake the lead
and a highly publicized trip a former american diplomat bill richardson. mr. smith encourage officials he met and north korea to make the internet available to citizens and and its attempts to restrict information. a company spokesperson said there was no connection between the visit and the new map. >> present rock obama is taking the case for emigres reform to the public to a las vegas. he is trying to get support for its proposals for giving millions of illegal immigrants a pathway to the citizenship as well as making improvements to the legal immigration system and were security. this is the hot topic where it seems like everyone has an opinion. here are it some comments from the kron4 facebook page liam says everyone should have the right to start a new life or future in this country. . but when you see an illegal immigrant work on the table in the government can't tell at collect taxes, that's where the line is drawn. patti says and if you're going to punish the boys for hiring illegals and you should also but as those will outsource jobs overseas. maria gillis says i came here on a fia
report here right now. it is unbelievable. we will be back later in sports. alex smith's uncertain future. thases -- that's later on assuming we are not swept away. >> you have an uncertain future there. between hanging on >> between hanging on to the hoops and blowing away. >> i would give a week's pay to see him hanging on the hoops. larry is not the only one tweeting live updates from new orleans. there are great behind the scenes updates and we are retweeting the highlights. >> as the excitement builds are to super bowl xlvii here in the bay area some are looking ahead to the next super bowl with the hopes it will be played right here. lisa amin gulezian joins us from the site of the new 49er stadium. lisa? >> carolyn, here in santa clara, the talk is already about super bowl 50. tonight the city leaders met to discuss what it would take to get the super bowl here in 2016. tonight the city council met in a closed door session to discuss the super bowl plan. the proposal is due in may, and in it santa clara has to prove it can handle a massive event like the super bowl. some members of
, michael smith, mission specialist judy rzeznik, mission specialist rob income mayor in, mission specialist -- mcnair, mission specialist, helm specialist greg jarvis and america's first and only teacher into space, chris at that, all perished pursuing our dreams. the night of the disaster president reagan put our thoughts, our pain and our prayers into words. he said, we will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and flipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of god. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the chair lays before the house the following personal requests. the request of leave of absence for mr. aderholt for today. without objection, the request -- the clerk: leaves of absence requested for mr. aderholt of alabama for today and mrs. gabbert of hawaii for today. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the requests are granted. under the speaker's announced policy of january 3, 2013, the gentleman from minnesota, mr. ellison, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the minority lea
. correspondent martin smith joins me for a preview. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. i want to start the program tonight showing you what the hottest thing in politics was 20 years ago today. this is rush limbaugh's first book, the way things ought to be. for more than two decades, this basically has served as a blueprint for conservative thought in this country. here is a sample of a few things that were in the book. what about feeling sorry for those who pay the taxes? those who are people that no one feels sorry for. they are asked to give and give until they have no more to give. and when they say enough, they are called selfish. of course, it's also filled with deliberately offensive material as well, like this quote. i love the women's movement, especially when i'm walking behind it. limbaugh was so influential, the republican congress named him an honorary member after the 1994 election. >> the people that listen to ten hours of talk radio a week or more voted republican by a three-two-one margin. those are the people that elected the new congress. that's why
, quartet. >> it was true of all of us it was true of me, of maggie smith, of tom courtenay, we were star, and it was with albert finny, we were stars early on. we have all been stars in a sense for 45, 50 years. and once that happened, we got the pick of the crop rses right. >> and then suddenly you get into your 40s, still get some, in your 50s, less, suddenly are you getting supporting actor, and then you're in your 60s, cameo. i die before the first act is over. and you know, it has a subtle affect on you rses yeah. >> and i think that's what i said to all of them. i said when we shoot this thing, let's put ourselve in there. let's let us show what that feels like in a sense. >> rose: dustin hoffman for the hour next. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. dustin hoffman is here, he has been acting for more than 50 years. in 1980 he won an oscar for his role as a divorced man seeking custody of his son in cramer versus cramer. in 1989 he won again for his performanc
and talk for hours, like jimmy stewart in "mr. smith goes to washingt washington." >>> the historic drought is about to cost you more at the supermarket. it's so bad in texas, there's a cow shortage. the worst since the 1950s. higher beef prices are on the way. one beef plant announced it's closing, laying off 2,000 workers. >>> on the other side of the planet, record rainfall. to keep from drowning in a flood, this 14-year-old clung to a tree. and in the risky move, the two let go, drifting closer to shore, where other people standing by eventually lifted them on to dry land. >>> if you own a kia, you could be getting some money back. the company is getting ready to pay out nearly $200 million after admitting it overstated the fuel economy on more than 1 million vehicles. >>> frightening conversation for a florida police department deputy. he pulled over a man accused of stealing sunglasses from a store. but then, the suspect fights back. he jumps in his car, and takes off, dragging the officer down the road. the deputy was not hurt. the suspect, later arrested. >>> and finally, imagine ge
of vandalism by a political rival. gary smith was arrested for slashing the tires of janice arnold jones. a judge told him to stay away, but police say he didn't listen. now she says smith is stalking her. neither candidate won the seat by the way. should note that. but smith's former campaign manager says he's been a target, as well, having to replace 54 tires because of smith. the dude likes to slash tires. no word on smith's motive. the judge has ordered a psychiatric evaluation. he needs to sign some sort of a deal with a tire company. >> they belong in congress. >>> if your workplace is like ours here, there are a lot of folks out sick. the cdc says flu season has hit, and it's hit pretty hard. health officials say since early december, there's been an increase in flu in more parts of the country and the strain of flu called h3n2 has been associated with more severe seasons. that strain leads to more hospitalizations and even more death. already, reports of flu in 29 spates. >>> and you've heard of the classic smash and grab. usually involving a thief punching through a window to ge
. host: want to welcome author and historian richard norton smith. the most memorable second term address was by abraham lincoln. guest: there are people who thinks that it outranks the gettysburg address. it is the greatest way sermon ever delivered in america. anyone who questions lincoln's spirituality as opposed to his denominational membership, read the second inaugural. it is a remarkable addressed for its eloquence. for the message. at that point, clearly the war is almost over. the obvious thing to do would- be self congratulations. guest: that is the magnanimous side. until the crime of human slavery was removed from the american landscape, the united states would not be right with god. it is an extraordinarily spiritual address. with malice toward none,lincoln was looking ahead to reconstruction. host: this morning in the "new york times," the historian one of a number of people offering advice for the president's second speech. guest: i would not offer advice to the president. the second inaugural is one of the more inaugurable addresses. fdr acknowledges that for all the progr
smith about how the two have dealt with the quarterback controversy and how they are doing to work together for a win. >>> in other news san jose police are investigating another homicide. it's the second in two days. the latest homicide happened last night at south side drive in hope street. 4-5 young men walked up to a man in his late 30s or early 40s. they then stabbed him repeatedly. investigators have yet to find a motive. >> there was a scuffle. the victim was stabbed several times in the upper torso. he was transported to the hospital where he was subsequently pronounced dead. >> reporter: now police are not sure if it's connected but they are looking for a gray van that was seen leaving the scene right after the attack. as of now, they do not think this is -- this homicide is gang related. >>> new this morning a warning for parents in antioch about a man who tried to lure a boy into his car. the mercury news reports it happened near studder elementary school yesterday afternoon. the boy's mother told the school a man approached her fifth grade son and claimed he was sent by
, i'm denise smith and i don't know how to work microphones. thank you. the men and women of san francisco police department are absolutely commit today working with our partners to make the walking, cycling and motoring public safer in our city. we commit to it every day, and based on information that mta has provide and had that we have from our collision data, we've launched a program called focus on the five. and for each of district stations we've provided them their five intersections or areas where they have the highest incidents for pedestrians and motorists come in contact. and we are committed to reducing those numbers. * we've got to bring these incidents down. we want the public to be able to enjoy this beautiful city. and, so, what each of the district station captains have been tasked with is developing targeted enforcement and education for their five areas of highest incidents. this means enforcing what we see as the five highest primary collision factors. red light violations, stop sign violations, pedestrian right-of-way violations, turning violations, and basic
like then 49ers but it's not our fault you took smith instead of aaron rodgers in the draft. >> even before the kickoff, san francisco police were scoring, confiscating thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit items. >> i'm wearing lots of warm clothes and layering up and will be cheering a lot. >> extra police are also patrolling the area, most in uniform, a few dressed as 49er and green bay fans. just in case some knuckle heds decide they want to start a fight. >> ama: thank you so much. fans two cooperate make it to the game have options. several bars and restaurants are seeing a boost in business and offering game-day specials to bring in crowds. we'll show you some of the watch parties at 6:00. b.a.r.t. is delaying track work to help 49ers fans. routine replacement work was set which could mean delays. that work will now begin at 10:00 tonight when b.a.r.t. will single track trains through the tube. >> a gun show is just coming to a close in daily -- daly city. the organizers say the reason for the turnout is fear the government is going to take away their guns or impose heavy
released the picture of a man suspected murder in san pablo last month. police say donte marquee smith, allegedly shot and killed 30-year-old dejuan mcdonald. officials say the victim was the new boyfriend of smith's ex-girlfriend. smith is described as five- eleven, and weighs about 180 pounds. the suspect was last seen driving a black 19-96 nissan sentra with tinted windows. he is considered armed and dangerous. >> pam: the new bay bridge may be getting a state- of- the- art security system. that's because, like the golden gate bridge. it is a potential terrorist target. but that money will be coming from toll payers. 175- cameras are some of the new additions which will help serve as an anti- terrorist safety feature on the bay bridge. the cameras alone will cost 31- million dollars. but the budget-- is only eight- million- dollars. cal-trans believes the investment is important for everyone's safety. but bill dodd, chair of the bay area toll authority, is unsure about where all the money to cover the cost is coming from. he says. quote - "since the requested amount is so much great
to remember 30-year-old alex smith who died on new year's day. then mourners brought flowers and balloons to the site where a 26-year-old francisco gutierrez and gloria tuncun were killed by a speeding car also on new year's day. >>> oakland police tonight are looking for a one away 15-year- old. i want to show you a picture of charles anderson. his mother and stepfather says charles left his home sunday afternoon after they argued about him going to see a friend. he turned 15 on new year's day but he is big for his age. 5'11" and 250 pounds. he also has the mental capacity of an 11-year-old. >> i just want him to know i'm not mad at him. call me, come home. everything will be perfectly fine. >> his mother says she has checked with friends and family and he's not with them. she's worried that he may be trying to get to atlanta where his father lives. >>> continuing coverage on that oil tanker that sideswiped the golden gate bridge. we have now learned that captain guy kleess was guiding the tanker. kleess had 15 hours off duty. he now has 1,100 trips in the bay. bar pilots have seven day
the red carpet. jif jif announces his -- jim harbaugh announces his starting kicker and alex smith talks about the man who replaced him. >>> the fbi said the well about to be excavateicide deeper than nilsy -- excuvaded is deeper than initially thought. fbi officials thought they would be bigging 50 feet but real -- digging 50 feet but realized it would be more like 200 feet. >>> school shooter left a high school student wounded. a male student opened fire at 9:00 a.m. this morning at taft high school. a 16-year-old boy was wounded. he was airlifted to a hospital where he remains in critical condition. the shooter was arrested and all schools in the area were put on lock down. >>> schools around the bay area are putting a new focus on safety for more training to locking classroom doors. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with the new and simple steps being considered. >> reporter: many agree no single step will be enough. we found districts have already made big changes. >> we are just going over all of our practices. >> reporter: we were with the superintendent as she checked to see if teach
and smith partying together. >> the crowd was going crazy. we had, like, 700 people here. i had to turn people away. >> reporter: some of the '9ers have reportedly taken up residence in the luxury high-rise behind the south 1st street nightclub zone. >> i guess i'd be surprised. i never knew they'd be around in downtown san jose. >> there's so many fun places to be in san francisco. but it's cool they like to be down here! >> reporter: headquarters, stadium. the south bay is the '9ers' new home in more ways than one. they eat in the restaurants and shop in the stores. this would make a great option for your super bowl prize winning. >> reporter: he sells a lot of cars to the nieber -- niners and their coaches. >> the '9ers have brought a lot of excitement and interest down here. with it, it's just a buzz, it's a buzz that creates excitement everywhere. we saw it with the giants, the earthquakes, and now the '9ers. >> reporter: and speaking of buzz, our source says the 49ers did party hardy, but responsibly as well. >>> if your super bowl menu includes chicken wing, stock up right now.
jim harbaugh named alden smith mvp. >> he was on pace to destroy the sack record of 22-1/2, but at 19-1/2, that is where he still remains. his teammates are unconcerned, voting him the season's mvp, smith said he is surprised by the honor but not surprised that he was held without a sack for the last five games now. >> i'm getting double teamed a lot. and triple teamed. and the quarterbacks are getting the ball out fast. if i'm not making a play, there were times that i was double teamed and a sack comes by somebody else. >> you don't have the sacks there, that low hanging fruit for people to see. >> smith has a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in these playoffs, so he is very much still a part of the 49ers pass rush. but his choice for team mvp this season is his childhood idol, randy moss. in new orleans, with the 49ers, nbc bay area. >> and throughout the week, we will have more and more coverage from the 49ers quest for six. six super bowl crowns. coming up, we will tell you about two of the members of the defenseive unit. both with a unique relationship. reporting from the ban
. >> coming up later in this broadcast alex smith says to his agent, let me out here. that from new orleans, and andrew looking good and tiger woods. his first victory for this year, later in this broadcast. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. are claiming santa clara. is true home. superbowl 47 - less than a week away. and ofcourse you don't have to be from san francisco to be a 49er fan. nowhere is that more apparent than in santa clara. with the team's new billion- dollar stadium being built there, the team's success on the field has given rise to a dose of civic pride. there's plenty of red and gold to be seen around town and some fans are saying - santa clara is the team's true home. amid som
. and the 49ers. >> yeah. we had fun with that clip obviously, because he remembered smith got a warning from the nfl when alex wore a giants hat at a news conference. >> you can't take any chances with the nfl. >> no, you can't. frank gore got fined $10,000 today because his socks were too low in the nfl championship game. >> a new uniform rule. >>> the question that made secretary of state hillary clinton explode and then tear up. >>> how a bay area couple is making money off the final days of double slide. >>> and meet the bay area mom and daughter who just won the super bowl ticket lottery. but first, some 49er photos the fans e-mailed us earlier tonight. get beautyrest, posturepedic even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. save even more on floor samples, demonstrators, and closeout inventory. the year end clearance sale ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ yelling.. as secretary of state hillary clinton testified about ist attack in liby >>> there was crying and yelling as secretary of state hillary
, because he remembered smith got a warning from the nfl when alex wore a giants hat at a news conference. >> you can't take any chances with the nfl. >> no, you can't. frank gore got fined $10,000 today because his socks were too low in the nfl championship game. >> a new uniform rule. >>> the question that made secretary of state hillary clinton explode and then tear up. >>> how a bay area couple is making money off the final days of double slide. >>> and meet the bay area mom and daughter who just won the super bowl ticket lottery. but first, some 49er photos the fans e-mailed us earlier tonight. hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insurance company told me not to talk to people like you. you always do what they tell you? no... try it, and see what your good driving can save you. you don't even have to switch. unless you're scared. i'm not scared, it's... you know we can still see you. no, you can't. pretty sure we can... try snapshot today -- no pressure. ?Ñ lucky charms?! ♪ ♪ yer always afte
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